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Turner Construction Presentation
to Building Technology Group
July 9, 2014
Introductions
 Ryan Pastor
 rpastor@tcco.com
 Nick Longone
 nlongone@tcco.com
Agenda
 Overview
 Cost
 Project Set-Up
 Document Management (RFIs/Submittals)
 Progress Photos
 Punchlist and Other ...
Overview
 Brief History
 Purpose: “Digital Drawing Set”
 Advantages: Slip Sheeting/Versions, Speed, Portability
 Disad...
Cost
 Sheets add up just like a normal set of plans
 Users currently only pay if using on a Tablet
Terms to Know
 Sheet: 1 Page of a drawing set
 Version: Set of drawings released at one time
 Tag: Identifier used to q...
Computer Demonstration
 Project Set Up
 Uploading Sheets
 Tagging Sheets
 Uploading Attachments
 Issues Reports
 Pro...
Collaborator vs. Administrator
 Can assign punch items
 Can change punch item’s status to “Pending” or “In Review” (IF t...
Tablet Demonstration
 Basic Navigation
 Annotations
 Hyperlinking
 Punches
 Photos
Versions
 Start with Initial Set
 Upload and add revised drawings
 Annotations pushed to master will remain on updated
...
RFI Tracking
Filter Status Assigned
To/ Action
On
Action Step
Contractor Create clarification punch/issue under a red “?”
...
Punch List Status
 Open: Problem has been seen, signified by a solid
circle
 In Review: Problem has been seen by assigne...
Turnover Benefits
 Owner can use the existing project on PlanGrid
 As-built folders
 Zipped and Customizable
 Zipped f...
Conclusion
 Future Benefits
 Preconstruction to construction
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  1. 1. Turner Construction Presentation to Building Technology Group July 9, 2014
  2. 2. Introductions  Ryan Pastor  rpastor@tcco.com  Nick Longone  nlongone@tcco.com
  3. 3. Agenda  Overview  Cost  Project Set-Up  Document Management (RFIs/Submittals)  Progress Photos  Punchlist and Other Functions  Owner Turnover
  4. 4. Overview  Brief History  Purpose: “Digital Drawing Set”  Advantages: Slip Sheeting/Versions, Speed, Portability  Disadvantages: Permissions  Created Primarily for Tablet Use  User Friendly Interface  Fast Rendering & Uploads/Downloads  Relatively Inexpensive  Great Customer Service
  5. 5. Cost  Sheets add up just like a normal set of plans  Users currently only pay if using on a Tablet
  6. 6. Terms to Know  Sheet: 1 Page of a drawing set  Version: Set of drawings released at one time  Tag: Identifier used to quickly find sheets  Local Annotation: Notes only seen by you  Master Annotation: Notes seen by everyone  Collaborator: User with limited access  Administrator: User with unlimited access
  7. 7. Computer Demonstration  Project Set Up  Uploading Sheets  Tagging Sheets  Uploading Attachments  Issues Reports  Project Settings  Inviting Other Users
  8. 8. Collaborator vs. Administrator  Can assign punch items  Can change punch item’s status to “Pending” or “In Review” (IF the issue is assigned to them)  Can only close self-assigned punch items.  Can archive and permanently delete personal punch items  Can create MyTags  Can remove themselves from projects  Cannot archive and permanently delete master punch items  Cannot attach documents  Cannot upload drawings  Cannot delete sheets  Cannot delete projects  Cannot push annotations to master  Cannot edit sheet name, description, and version  Cannot edit project tags
  9. 9. Tablet Demonstration  Basic Navigation  Annotations  Hyperlinking  Punches  Photos
  10. 10. Versions  Start with Initial Set  Upload and add revised drawings  Annotations pushed to master will remain on updated drawings  Attachments are unlimited, does not add to drawing count
  11. 11. RFI Tracking Filter Status Assigned To/ Action On Action Step Contractor Create clarification punch/issue under a red “?” symbol and assign to Designer Open Designer Write answer to clarification in description field with name/date and switch to “in review” and assign to Originator of RFI In Review Contractor Make notes in PlanGrid on what changed and give field staff a heads up. Change status to “pending” and assign to Project Engineer Pending Project Engineer Write the official RFI. Designer approves it and Project Engineer sends to the subs as official change. Changes status to closed, assigns to Field Staff, and references RFI # in desc. Closed Field Staff Clouds RFI on Drawing with Link
  12. 12. Punch List Status  Open: Problem has been seen, signified by a solid circle  In Review: Problem has been seen by assignee, signified by a dotted circle  Pending: Problem has been solved by assignee, signified by dotted circle with slash through the center  Closed: Original creator has seen the solved problem and decides that it has been corrected, signified by a solid circle with a solid slash through the circle
  13. 13. Turnover Benefits  Owner can use the existing project on PlanGrid  As-built folders  Zipped and Customizable  Zipped files  Photos  Punchlist  Attachments  Drawing log
  14. 14. Conclusion  Future Benefits  Preconstruction to construction

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